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Paper requirement for Texas voting machines dies in legislature
A bill that would've phased out all-digital voting machines that don't produce paper records failed to pass before the Texas legislature ended its session, irking election-security experts.
South Carolina voting machines miscounted hundreds of ballots, report finds
Counting errors that were reported as official results are the result of bad software design, a computer science professor tells StateScoop.
In search for new voting machines, Louisiana may need to start over
If Dominion Voting Systems doesn't file a lawsuit by Dec. 12, the state's procurement process will likely go back to square one.
States with 'most vulnerable' voting systems named in congressional report
The document calls for .4 billion in more assistance to states for election security, with an emphasis on paper-based ballot machines.
States redesign election cybersecurity with $380 million boost
New post-election audits and the installation of paper-based voting machines are among the projects the federal grants will support.
San Francisco investigates open source voting system
The city has hired a consultant to explore the potential benefits and challenges that might accompany a voting system built on open source code.
New York lawmaker introduces bill to compel election cyber threat studies
As concerns about the security of the presidential election rise, a state senator is hoping to get New York evaluating its election systems for vulnerabilities.